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Reflecting on Racism & Discrimination: Education of Suburban Black Youth

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Reflecting on Racism & Discrimination: The Educational and Social Costs of Life in the Suburbs for Black Youth

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This session of our lecture series will look at the educational and social costs of life in the suburbs for Black youth. Does our education system provide complete and appropriate access, protection from discrimination, as well as well-trained and sensitive educators that will lead to successful outcomes for people of African descent? Special emphasis will be placed on outcomes for racialized students in suburban areas.

Presented by Dr. Carl James, Professor, Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community & Diaspora, York University.

This program will be hosted on Zoom. Please submit any questions for Dr. James when registering.

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June 22, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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